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A good, solid cold war spy thriller concerning double-agents, disinformation and betrayal. Good acting, direction and script. The love interest seemed out of place, unnecessary and forced.
A really sub-par action movie that takes place in an unbelievably beautiful setting. Take out the action, and it could be a National Geographic special. The plot is beyond basic, bordering on simplistic. The set-up is formulaic and irrelevant to the rest of the movie, and the characters are empty caricatures from every other B action movie.
Nowhere near as good as a Bond movie. The romantic angle is childish and better set in a little girls fantasy romance book with a prince and a governess. Lots of foot chases is about the extent of the action, and the build up to the big reveal is anti-climactic.
A powerful movie with an important message regarding when a religious majority imposes its beliefs and views on others while perverting the very bases for those beliefs and views in their zealotry. Also, how organized religions are more about power, fear, ignorance and bigotry than they are about enlightenment.
This movie is absurd, and I don't mean the subject matter of alien abduction. It's shot as if it is a documentary, yet there are so many shots from a camera that is not attributable to any of the characters in the movie. The quickly built relationships among the characters are unbelievable. The conversion of the non-believers is beyond silly. The ending. . . well, certainly not worth the wait.